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Ben Carson

Dr. Ben Carson Selected for Prominent Position with HUD

Congresswoman Maxine Waters strongly reacts to the appointment

Former presidential hopeful, Dr. Ben Carson, has been selected by President-elect, Donald Trump, as the…

By Safon Floyd

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Obama

Obama’s Legacy of Supporting Small Businesses

President Obama has launched several initiatives that have helped to accelerate entrepreneurship among underserved groups

According to a Fact Sheet released by the White House in honor of National Entrepreneurship…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Cedric Richmond

Louisina Rep. Cedric Richmond Elected to Chair the Congressional Black Caucus

The Louisiana rep and staunch advocate for criminal justice reform will push the black agenda in Congress starting in January

Louisiana Rep. Cedric Richmond, a staunch advocate for criminal justice reform, was elected to chair…

By Selena Hill

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World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day 2016: The Fight Is Not Over

3 ways you can take a stand and make a difference on a local, state, and national level

December 1, 2016 marks the 28th Anniversary of World AIDS Day, which is observed every…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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national day

Show Up and Stand Up for America

Showing up with integrity is the best way to overcome adversity, regardless of who is president

We can’t do anything about the election results, but we have a responsibility to show…

By Cameka Smith

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Bryant Gumbel

Bryant Gumbel and LeBron James Call Out Phil Jackson on ‘Posse’ Remark

Gumbel says sports commentators routinely disrespect black athletes

LeBron James recently let it be known that he has lost all respect for Phil…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Sandra Bland

Geneva Reed-Veal, Mother of Sandra Bland, Is Fighting On

She continues her fight for justice

Geneva Reed-Veal opened about losing her daughter while she was in police custody last year…

By The Shadow League

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Lessons From Kanye West About What NOT to Do in Business

Though the ultimate cause of Kanye West's recent antics may still be up for debate, these errors in judgement are still a cautionary tale about professionalism

After praising Donald Trump, telling black people to “stop focusing on racism,” trashing Jay-Z and…

By Selena Hill

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popular vote

Stop Focusing on Clinton Winning the Popular Vote

It's time to face facts and accept the truth; stop analyzing and start strategizing

To those questioning the fairness of Clinton losing the election despite getting more than 1.5…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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international students

Are International Students in Trump’s Crosshairs?

The higher ed community is concerned about restricted access for international students under Trump's presidency

Throughout his campaign, Donald J. Trump spoke disparagingly of immigrants. His calls to “ban” Muslims…

By Robin White Goode

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new year

How to Key Up For Success In the New Year

Here's how to gear up for a successful year

Welcome in the new year with open arms by implementing the following three strategies that…

By Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq.

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gender

Transgender Awareness Week: #SayHerName

Centering black trans and queer women in the movement for black liberation

Last year was the deadliest on record for the trans community. In 2015, 21 transgender…

By Black Enterprise

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for-profit

For-Profit Stocks Rise With Trump’s Election

Predatory schools happy to see Republicans in charge

You may not be surprised to learn that the day after the election, for-profit stocks…

By Robin White Goode

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Endometrial Cancer

Gwen Ifill and What Women Need to Know About Endometrial Cancer

Learn more about the cancer that killed the pioneering journalist at 61

Gwen Ifill died after a battle with endometrial cancer, the 4th most common cancer diagnosed…

By Black Enterprise

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Trump Presidency

Yes, He Is Our President: Now Let’s Fight, Organize and Protect Our Interests

We may have lost the battle for freedom, equality, and love on Election Day, but the war is not over

The best way to fight the system is to get involved: join an organization, help…

By Selena Hill

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missteps

Hillary Clinton’s 10 Missteps in the 2016 Election

A closer look as to how Hillary lost this election, according to Republican strategist John Burnett

Secretary Clinton and her cohort’s made some critical missteps, which helped aid Trump’s victory. Take…

By John Burnett

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Melania

The Real Reason Melania Won, Not Trump

Is Melania Trump the real winner in all of this?

Find out the real reason Donald Trump won the Presidential Election and what Melania Trump…

By Maryann Reid

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Gwen Ifill

Renowned Black Journalist and PBS Anchor Gwen Ifill Dies at 61

The respected journalist will be sorely missed in media

“PBS NewsHour” and “Washington Week” TV anchor Gwen Ifill passed away Monday following a long…

By Selena Hill

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muslim ban

Ask Sheree: Dealing With Post-Election Fear and Anger

Channel your post-election energy from anger and fear into taking action

Many people are deeply concerned, angry, frustrated and afraid of what will happen to us…

By Sheree Franklin-Hill

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budget proposal

The Tech 100: Trump’s Presidency Will Be a Disaster for Innovation and STEM

STEM and tech programs which benefit people of color are in danger under the Trump administration

Science and technology do not seem to be a big focus of the new president-elect.…

By Samara Lynn

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How To

change

“The only woman in the room” & how to change that by 2186

With passionate voices working every day to redefine the standard for gender equality, I believe…

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manage

Ask Sheree: How to Manage an Overload of Work

It is very common for a busy professional to feel overwhelmed with their job commitments…

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